In today’s buzz, S.C. church event combines beer and hymns, and a federal judge in Texas has blocked President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
In today’s buzz, the state with the most megachurches, criticism over a White House religious extremism event, and how 2016 is the year of the Baptist minister.
In today’s buzz, researchers predict a “megadrought” on the central Plains and four Muslim women report a prominent imam for sexual abuse.
In his latest column in The Atlantic, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones provides insight into why the GOP may benefit from embracing immigration reform legislation.
The Atlantic’s David Graham features new state-specific PRRI data to explain why Alabama trails the country on support for same-sex marriage.
NYT’s Frank Bruni uses PRRI data to show that despite a majority of states now allowing same-sex marriage, Americans haven’t fully accepted the LGBT community.
Morning Buzz | Majorities of Americans Across the Political Spectrum Favor the Goals of Obama’s Executive Action
In today’s buzz, faith leaders enter conversation over drones, Pres. Obama omits Jews as ISIS targets in war proposal, and NBC reports on our our newest survey.
In today’s buzz, we release our new poll on immigration and executive action that shows 76% of Americans favor the goals behind President Obama’s immigration reforms.
Using new data from the PRRI American Values Atlas, we’re now able to see how each separate state feels about same-sex marriage.
In today’s buzz, The Atlantic explores the future of gay marriage in Alabama, and Pope Francis urges the faithful to protect the environment God created.